The 2020/21 Premier League season is finally over and not only did Harry Kane clinch the Golden Boot, but he was also the division’s top playmaker.
The Tottenham striker emerged as one of the top flight’s chief playmakers earlier this season with his almost telepathic link-up with Son Heung-min, and he maintained that creative streak right up until the final kick of the campaign, outgunning the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Jack Grealish and Bruno Fernandes.
Those three were also in mix, but who else put themselves in the frame for most assists until Kane scooped the Premier League Playmaker Award for 2020/21, and who was each club’s top ‘creator’?
Most assists Premier League 2020/21 season: Final table standings
Players with the same amount of assists are separated by minutes played. List correct as of 19:00, 23/05/21.
|2nd||Kevin De Bruyne||12||6.21||2,001|
Every Premier League club’s top ‘creator’ this season
Players with the same amount of assists are ranked by fewer minutes played. Clubs listed in alphabetical order. List correct as of 19:00, 23/05/21.
|Aston Villa||Jack Grealish||10||6.52||2,184|
|Crystal Palace||Eberechi Eze||6||2.82||2,562|
|Leicester City||Jamie Vardy||9||3.06||2,844|
|Man City||Kevin De Bruyne||12||6.21||2,001|
|Man Utd||Bruno Fernandes||12||9.67||3,105|
|Newcastle United||Callum Wilson||5||1.33||2,085|
|Sheffield United||John Lundstram||2||1.61||2,032|
|West Brom||Matheus Pereira||6||5.28||2,581|
|West Ham||Aaron Cresswell||8||4.96||3,172|